A Czech Regional Court confirms that the provision of the Veterinary Chamber’s professional code of conduct, which prohibits veterinary doctors from providing services to clients owing an outstanding debt to another veterinary doctor, restricts competition (Veterinary Chamber’s professional code of conduct)

On 6 August 2005 the Regional Court in Brno delivered a decision whereby it affirmed an earlier decision by the Office for the Protection of Competition, in which the Office had found that the provision of the Veterinary Chamber's professional code of conduct which prohibits veterinary doctors from providing services to a client who is known to owe outstanding debts to another veterinary doctor, restricts competition and therefore is in contravention with

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Robert Pelikán, A Czech Regional Court confirms that the provision of the Veterinary Chamber’s professional code of conduct, which prohibits veterinary doctors from providing services to clients owing an outstanding debt to another veterinary doctor, restricts competition (Veterinary Chamber’s professional code of conduct), 6 September 2005, e-Competitions September 2005, Art. N° 245

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